Isle of Wight Rambling Accommodation
Walking Cottages and Accommodation in Cowes, Newport, Ryde, Sandown, Shanklin, Ventnor, Yarmouth, Isle of Wight
Bembridge Coast Hotel
Few hotels anywhere offer a finer setting than the Bembridge Coast Character Hotel on the Isle of Wight.
With sweeping sea views and a secluded vantage point, the exquisite location can only be matched by the excitement of a Warner Break. By day enjoy 23 acres of ground including the beautiful Spanish Gardens.
Comprising 242 rooms, take advantage of the leisure facilities including indoor bowls complex, indoor pool, health club and sports amenities. Or take a trip to see local attractions, including Queen Victoria's stately home, Osbourne House.
So close to the sea, with so much friendly luxury, you could easily think you're on a cruise.
Berryl Farm Cottages
Three former farm worker cottages, renovated to a high standard, set in an idyllic location in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with direct access to a vast number of walking trails.
Located in fields, crossed by a stream, but only 5 minutes footpath walk to the local dining pub.
Just 3 miles from spectacular coastline and beaches, which can be reached by car or footpath. This really is a stunning location and ideally situated to explore the whole of the Island.
Well-equipped, beautiful, period property with pool/table tennis table, piano, BT Infinity Unlimited wifi throughout.
Light and airy, with high ceilings and period features. Sleeps 9 in 4 bedrooms.
Relax in the lounge, with well stocked book shelves, lots of board games and jigsaws, CDs, Freeview TV, DVDs and PS 3 console.
The kitchen is well-equipped and open-plan, with space for all to socialise and dine and lovely views onto the garden.
There is plenty of space for everyone to get away, with large, comfortable bedrooms, a sun-trap patio in the garden and a first floor balcony overlooking the hills. A real home from home.
All bedding and indoor towels are provided, including tea-towels, please bring your own beach towels.
There are great views, looking across Shanklin town centre to the hills beyond. Immediate pedestrian access to the coastal path with panoramic sea views. Under 10 mins walk to Shanklin`s huge bay of sandy beaches, pubs and cafes.
By foot, you can access the beautiful St Boniface Down, overlooked from the house, from the Old Village, and walk over National Trust land to Ventnor, perhaps returning to Shanklin via Bonchurch and the enchanting, wooded, landslip. Other interesting walks are to Wroxall along the disused railway path, or through Sandown and Yaverland to climb to the top of Culver Cliff.
There are attractive, thatched pubs in the Old Village, with neighbouring Rylstone Gardens attractively perched on the cliff with bandstand, crazy golf and space to sit and picnic.
For those interested in water-sports, there is a specialist centre at Lake beach, which is situated between Shanklin and Sandown and is an easy, 15 minute walk from the house.
The bus station and train station, shops, supermarkets and banks are all within very easy walking distance. There is a convenient Co-op store, open long hours daily, a couple of minutes` walk from the house.
Home from Home Holiday Cottages
From two bedroom to six bedroom and plenty in between, Seaview Holidays have an ideal choice of holiday cottages for you to choose from, those with sea views, peaceful countryside locations and adjacent to a nature reserve.
Our wide range of holiday accommodation come with well equipped kitchens with everything you need for a relaxing self catering family holiday or short break on the Isle of Wight.
Adults and children alike will love our cottages and resort locations, and the luxury of a Premier Holiday Cottage.
Newtown Creek Retreat
A Walking (Sailing and Art) Retreat 15 yards from the coastal footpath at Hamstead on the Isle of Wight. Views of Solent from bedrooms and grounds. Very rural and secluded
2.5 acres of grounds within 250 acre forest
Short walk to Newtown Creek Nature reserve, and Hamstead Trail; please see website details below
Ptfitness is delighted to offer bootcamping holidays on the Isle of Wight. The 3 day holidays has some great walks around the Isle of wight with some easy - hard bootcamp style work outs. We will be staying at some great campsites along the way.
Rockstone Cottage Guest House built around 1790 is a charming cottage situated just a 3 minute walk from the coastal path & the clean sandy beach of Colwell Bay.
There are lovely walks along the seafront or over the downs with views of the Needles. Route maps can be arranged, with different walks daily. We welcome walkers & cyclists.
We offer a high standard of accommodation in a quiet, friendly and relaxing atmosphere for adults & children 15 years and over.
All rooms are en-suite with tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryers, colour TV & free Wi-Fi. The lounge overlooks the patio & lovely garden open to guests. All parts of the house & grounds are no-smoking areas. Served in our sunny dining room, our breakfast menu includes delicious, quality local produce where possible.We have private off-road parking & we will happily collect & return foot passengers from the ferry at Yarmouth, 2 miles away.
Please visit our website or call Caroline & John for more information.
Stay in a delightful fully equipped cottage, rated by the Tourist Board as 4 Star- Gold Award.
6-10 mins drive from Yarmouth or 40 mins from Fishbourne and Cowes.
Sleeps up to 6 (2 Double Bedrooms and 1 Twin, upstairs bathroom, bath, shower and loo, downstairs loo/cloakroom,washing machine, clothes drying area.
Off road parking.
Recently renovated gas central heated property, with log fire and wood burning stove. Garage to store bikes. Quiet location.
Situated 8 mins walk to Colwell Bay- (Isle of Wight Round the island Coastal Path (Blue Flag Beach),few minutes further Totland Bay (Beach) from where you have a lovely view of The Needles,there is a lovely walk to Alum Bay and Freshwater Bay over Tennyson Down.
In addition there are a wealth of walks across the Island. The bus is a few minutes away from the property, so you can take a bus to the other side of the island and walk back.
We have numerous walks to offer in our welcome pack.
The Kitchen, Lounge and Dining areas all face onto the south westerly garden with a large patio and overlooking a large heart shaped wildlife pond.
The famous Isle of Wight Walking Festivals are held in May and October, with in excess of 21,000 walkers taking part. Isle of Wight is certainly an excellent place to walk and experience outdoor life. Bliss!
Short stays October to March also catered for.
Visit our website for more information.
Bookings can be made directly through the Romany website which go through a reputable agency who we having been using for years, who are very knowledgeable and experienced in knowing the Island, as well as this property.
Contact InformationWeb Site: Romany
Totland Bay, West Wight, Isle of Wight, PO39 OAD.
Squirrels Nook Chalet
Lovely cosy one bedroom holiday chalet, now beautifully restyled to be the perfect retreat for couples, walkers and nature lovers.
Situated right on the round-Island Coastal Path (over 65 miles of coastal footways), with quiet secluded beaches and stunning views.
Sit outside and enjoy our lovely well-tended gardens, and take in the beautiful views across the tree tops to the sea beyond. After the sun sets on a clear night, make the most of very little light pollution to admire the stars and the night sky.
The site has a no children and pets policy due to insurance limitations. On the up side, this makes for a lovely quiet location for those who are looking for a nice tranquil break.
The Grange is one of the most beautiful Isle of Wight hotels. Situated in Shanklin`s Old Village, it is just a short walk from picturesque thatched cottages, pubs and restaurants and only a couple of minutes from the sea. The train station is just a few minutes away.
The Isle of Wight Coastal Path is a fantastic way to explore the Island covering 67 miles of well maintained paths.
The walking is easy on the Isle of Wight Coastal Path with generally only mild ascents and descents to be made en route, though some are steeper. The northern sections spend more time away from the coast itself than the others, but this tends to be necessitated by the lay of the land and it happens pretty infrequently considering the rest of the route.
There is much to be seen on the Isle of Wight Coastal Path with striking chalk geology featuring heavily in the south and west. There are great views out to sea and many interesting places to visit, reflecting the island`s heritage and royal patronage over the years.
The Green House, Bembridge, I of W
The Green House in Bembridge village, Isle of Wight to to rent
The House |3 bedrooms |Sleeps 6
Bembridge Harbour in Bembridge
2 nights minimum stay
Key info Beach relaxation, balcony/terrace, car advised, private garden, no pets allowed,
About the home
The house has a family feel with a mixture of antique and modern furniture and fittings. It is wonderful for both beach and walking holidays. There is a bbq for the good weather and off street parking at the rear of the property.
It is ideally suited for the wonderful beach, the harbour and the village. There are some great walks to be experienced on the Island and none are very far away, either by foot or a short drive away.
Size: Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach: Silver Beach
Will consider: Long lets
Access: Car advised
Family friendly? Suitable for children of all ages
Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes: No pets allowed
No smoking at this property
Luxuries: Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General: Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Telephone, Wi-fi available
Standard: Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities: Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms: 3 Bedrooms, 1 family bathroom
Furniture: Sofabeds (1), Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Dining seating for 8, Lounge seating for 10
Other: Linen and towels provided
Outdoors: Balcony / Terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access: Parking space
We request a returnable deposit additional to 50% of the rental cost to secure the booking with the remainder payable 1 month prior to occupation.
The Royson GuestHouse
The Royson is a family friendly guest house run by a husband and wife team with a home from home relaxed feel. Quietly situated on the outskirts of Shanklin, minutes from the famous and picturesque cliff path walks and 5 minutes from steps down to the bays sandy beaches.
The guesthouse is just 20 minutes walk or 5 minutes in the car from Shanklin`s main shops, old village and Chine, 5 minutes from the nearest bus stop and 15 minutes from Shanklin or Lake train stations.
Offering a variety of budget & standard rooms with en suites or private bathrooms, TVs, beverage facilities and hair dryers. Also we have a car park for 4-5 cars, a small licensed bar, sun lounge and spacious dining room where a freshly cooked breakfast is served at 8.30am each morning and optional home cooked 3 course evening meals.
Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park
For a walking holiday you will never forget, no Island is better than the Isle of Wight. Each season has its own special charm.
The Island boasts 60 miles of spectacular coastline, with picturesque coves and beautiful bays of golden sand with safe bathing. The Island as a whole is well catered for when it comes to officially defined walks, boasting 8 trails over and above the 6 which comprise the Isle of Wight Coastal Path
We believe Whitecliff Bay Holiday Park offers something for everyone to enjoy, young and old, couples, groups and families - you'll find this friendly park offers stunning views and great facilities in abundance.
A place where happy holiday memories are made. It's cracking why not use it as a base for your walking holiday?